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Bob Dylan announced nine UK dates this autumn

The artist will play dates in Glasgow, Blackpool and London

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American singer Prince has signed a new deal with Kobalt Music Group to market and distribute his future work without giving up control over his rights, the company said on Monday.

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Amy Winehouse's status as a cultural icon looks set to be canonised as plans to install a life-sized statue of the "Back to Black" singer in her native Camden are approved by the local council in the same week the Jewish Museum announces an exhibition dedicated to her.

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Heavy metal singer Tim Lambesis of As I Lay Dying has pleaded not guilty to plotting the attempted murder of his wife.

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Fugees star Lauryn Hill sentenced to three months in prison over unpaid taxes

The Grammy-winning singer Lauryn Hill has been sentenced to three months in prison for failing to pay taxes on earnings of around $1m.

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He Stopped Loving Her Today: Country music superstar George Jones dies aged 81

George Jones, the peerless, hard-living country singer who recorded dozens of hits about good times and regrets and peaked with the heartbreaking classic "He Stopped Loving Her Today", has died. He was 81.

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Plan B, Azealia Banks and Goldfrapp are to headline this summer’s Love Box festival in East London.

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Following her high profile appearance at the Oscars last month Barbra Streisand has announced a European tour.

Agnetha Fältskog has released a new single for the first time since 1988

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Holy moly! Christians get their own music chart

Paul Bignell and Zachary Norman on surprise acts lining up for tomorrow's new top 20

Matt Redman accepts his Grammy for Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance

Godly rockers get their own holy hit parade

They say the Devil gets all the best tunes, but God, it seems, is getting his own Top 10.

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Sing unto the Lord a new pop song: First UK official Christian music chart launches

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